Bitcoin Outshines Traditional Assets

Bitcoin Outshines Traditional Assets
Bitcoin, the world's largest crypto asset by market capitalization, has shown impressive resilience and notable growth, outshining traditional assets with its value ballooning by more than 110% since January.
The latest excitement around Bitcoin is driven by anticipation of the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) expected approval of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) filings.
Another hotly anticipated event is the upcoming Bitcoin Halving event next year. Bitcoin halving is when the reward for Bitcoin mining is cut in half. Halving takes place every four years and reduces inflation of the coin.
In addition to its resurgence, Bitcoin, when compared to gold—the oldest traditional investment and a common vehicle for diversifying risks—has appreciated by 93%.
Bitcoin has outshone traditional assets, which are still in a "correction phase," while the world's most prominentasset has already eclipsed previous records and reached significant highs.
On Monday Bitcoin was trading in the red zone at $34,974.02, with a 24-hour trading volume up by 18.65% at $13,706,714,992, reflecting a 0.24% decrease in the last 24 hours and a 1.9% gain over the past seven days.
What does this mean for me?
The surge in Bitcoin's value has eased the debilitating winter in the crypto market. 
The remarkable performance of Bitcoin during these upswing phases can be attributed to various factors, such as its established reputation as the premier cryptocurrency, its new found digital gold status, the ETF approval excitement, and its broader institutional adoption.
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